Sharing is one of the best things about the holidays, as you know, and in the new book "Miracle on 133rd Street" by Sonia Manzano, illustrated by Marjorie Priceman, it could make your holiday brighter.
Nothing else tastes good when you're hankering for something specific.
Every day, you make countless little choices. In his book "Wake Up Happy," Michael Strahan explains how one of them can be a life-changer.
Dates and names — do your children think that history consists just of those two sometimes-boring things? Show them that there are lively stories behind those names and dates by giving them "Buffalo Soldiers."
BOOK REVIEW: 'Prince of Darkness: The Untold Story of Jeremiah Hamilton, Wall Street's First Black Millionaire' by Shane White
As you'll read in "Prince of Darkness" by Shane White, you could become rich the old-fashioned way: through grift.
You can't un-say things, especially if you mean them, but as you'll see in the new novel "Grant Park" by Leonard Pitts Jr., at least those words won't kill you.
Sharing is often about teamwork, and in the new book "Little Shaq," author Shaquille O'Neal shares a story.
BOOK REVIEW: 'Me, My Hair, and I: Twenty-Seven Women Untangle an Obsession,' Edited by Elizabeth Benedict
Is today a good hair day, a bad hair day — or a no-hair day? The bigger question: Who's happy with her hair? In this book, 27 women answer that, as they weigh in on their tresses (or lack thereof).
BOOK REVIEW: 'Hoops to Hippos! True Stories of a Basketball Star on Safari!' By Boris Diaw with Kitson Jazynka
Some things just naturally go together; they belong in pairs. And for NBA player and author Boris Diaw, there are two things he likes to add together.
Freddie Gray, Michael Brown, Tamar Rice, Jonathan Ferrell — how did we get to this point? Better yet, as D. Watkins ponders in his new book "The Beast Side," how do we get out of it?
Over 175 authors from different backgrounds, genres and cultures came together for the annual meeting place for book lovers from around the world giving fans an in-depth analysis of their work.
When you first glimpse "Black Man in a White Coat," you may wonder if it's about health or if it's a memoir. It's both, actually, but that scarcely matters when a book is this good.
During a summer where both Black Lives Matter and New York billionaire Donald Trump were trending topics, books with a political slant were among the top sellers on the Summer 2015 edition of the Power List.
There is not a speck of dust in your home. You're ready for fall and thankful for the help you had getting this way; if that help was paid, read "Household Workers Unite” by Premilla Nadasen, and you'll be thankful ...
Did you ever buy a book for the kids that you ended up keeping for yourself? That's what could happen once you've found "Lillian’s Right to Vote" — and that's OK. I think you'll understand it more than your children ...